our country, like in other ones in the European Union, the issue of restorative justice has recently drawn public attention; it may be defined as the possible solution to a crime that involves the offender and – directly or indirectly – the community and/or the victim, aiming to repair the effects of the offense. Defined as “any process whereby the victim and the offender are enabled, if they freely consent, to participate actively in the resolution of matters arising from the crime through the help of an impartial third party (mediator)” (Appendix to Recommendation No. R (99) 19 of the Council of Europe), mediation is one of the prime examples of restorative justice. The lecture analyzes the legislative choices recently adopted in the Italian criminal system in a critical way, also in order to verify the possible uses of this form of A.D.R. in full compliance with the current criminal trial system and the fundamental guarantees of the accused.

LA MEDIACIÓN PENAL EN ITALIA ENTRE RESISTENCIAS CULTURALES, HERENCIAS INQUISIDORAS Y RESPETO POR LAS GARANTÍAS FUNDAMENTALES

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2021-01-01

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our country, like in other ones in the European Union, the issue of restorative justice has recently drawn public attention; it may be defined as the possible solution to a crime that involves the offender and – directly or indirectly – the community and/or the victim, aiming to repair the effects of the offense. Defined as “any process whereby the victim and the offender are enabled, if they freely consent, to participate actively in the resolution of matters arising from the crime through the help of an impartial third party (mediator)” (Appendix to Recommendation No. R (99) 19 of the Council of Europe), mediation is one of the prime examples of restorative justice. The lecture analyzes the legislative choices recently adopted in the Italian criminal system in a critical way, also in order to verify the possible uses of this form of A.D.R. in full compliance with the current criminal trial system and the fundamental guarantees of the accused.
2021
En nuestro país, como en otros en la Unión Europea, ha existido en los últimos años mucha atención por la justicia restaurativa, que puede definirse como una posible respuesta al crimen que involucra a su autor y –directa o indirectamente– a la comunidad y/o a la víctima, en la búsqueda de posibles soluciones a los efectos del crimen, teniendo la concreta perspectiva de reparar sus consecuencias nocivas. La mediación es una de las formas más emblemáticas de justicia restaurativa, y es definida por la Recomendación 19 (99) del Consejo de Europa como “cualquier proceso que permite a la víctima y al reo participar activamente, si lo consintieran libremente, en la solución de las dificultades ocasionadas por el delito con la ayuda de un tercero independiente (el mediador)”. El presente artículo analiza en clave crítica y sistemática las opciones legislativas que han afectado al sistema procesal penal italiano. También pretende verificar los posibles usos de esta forma de A.D.R. en pleno cumplimiento del actual sistema de proceso penal y las garantías fundamentales del acusado.
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